Jennifer Lopez posts a new nod to her husband Ben

Jennifer Lopez posts a new nod to her husband Ben Affleck's Dunkin' Donuts Super Bowl commercial, in which he attempts to launch a music career with Charli D'Amelio

Jennifer Lopez supported her husband Ben Affleck by sharing a sneak peek at his upcoming Dunkin' Donuts Super Bowl commercial.

The 54-year-old singer shared a clip from the advert on her Instagram on Monday, which will air in full during the big game on Sunday, February 11.

She simply posted a donut emoji in the caption and shared it with her 253 million Instagram followers in both a post and on her Story.

The ad features her husband trying to kickstart his own music career with the help of TikTok influencer Charli D'Amelio, who was spotted on set with Affleck in early January while filming the ad.

The ad shows Affleck watching a news report that claimed he looked “bored” while with Lopez at the 2023 Grammy Awards.

Jennifer Lopez supported her husband Ben Affleck by sharing a sneak peek at his upcoming Dunkin' Donuts Super Bowl commercial

The ad features her husband trying to kickstart his own music career with the help of TikTok influencer Charli D'Amelio, who was spotted on set with Affleck in early January

The ad features her husband trying to kickstart his own music career with the help of TikTok influencer Charli D'Amelio, who was spotted on set with Affleck in early January

Affleck himself, watching over a cup of Dunkin' coffee, responded to these claims, saying, “He's bored?” No. He is always learning and watching. I can do that. How hard can it be?'

In the ad, Affleck is seen entering his home with a ton of Dunkin' products, appearing to be on the phone with Lopez and telling her about a “crazy dream” he had.

“I had come up with some beats and you were like, 'Maybe I should put this on the record?'” “I even have a personality like JLo or BLo,” he said, adding that BLo was the “bad version.” .

He then asks if she's free today, but he's quickly dejected and says, “I see,” although he says to himself, “I guess I'll just have to show you.”

He was seen meeting with a music producer and showing him a CD that he said had the beats, although he was confused that he was showing off a CD.

“You’re a big music expert and you don’t know where the music comes from?” Affleck asks with a grin.

They play a selection of his beats and he insists, “This is hot,” and he is seen in the recording booth asking, “Does music have to rhyme?”

He then shows a woman some designs for a Dunkin' outfit with a large donut on her head while asking, “Too much?”

Affleck himself, watching over a cup of Dunkin' coffee, responded to these claims, saying,

Affleck himself, watching over a cup of Dunkin' coffee, responded to these claims, saying, “He's bored?” No. He is always learning and watching. I can do that. How hard can it be?'

He was seen meeting with a music producer and showing him a CD that he said had the beats, although he was confused that he was showing off a CD

He was seen meeting with a music producer and showing him a CD that he said had the beats, although he was confused that he was showing off a CD

He then shows a woman some designs for a Dunkin' outfit with a large donut on her head while asking,

He then shows a woman some designs for a Dunkin' outfit with a large donut on her head while asking, “Too much?”

He then asks Charli D'Amelio if she can

He then asks Charli D'Amelio if she can “just show me what it looks like” as she performs a few elaborate moves, though Affleck insists, “I can.”

Affleck then asks the influencer,

Affleck then asks the influencer, “Who is TikTok?” although she clearly doesn't know how to respond to the A-lister

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“They tell you you're no good,” he says to himself as he pulls out a large gift necklace with a Dunkin Donut on it

The clip reveals,

The clip reveals, “To be continued,” suggesting that it is likely the first in a series of commercials documenting Affleck's alleged music career

He then asks Charli D'Amelio if she can “just show me what it looks like” as she performs a few elaborate moves, though Affleck insists, “I can.”

Affleck then asks the influencer, “Who is TikTok?” although she clearly doesn't know how to respond to the A-lister.

“They tell you you're no good,” he says to himself as he pulls out a large gift necklace with a Dunkin Donut on it.

“You're a goofy, clumsy middle-aged white guy with no rhythm and can't sing on key, you're not coordinated.” Does that mean I can't be a pop star? “Underestimate Boston…at your peril,” as he sees in the chain that says, “This is me now.”

The clip reveals, “To be continued,” suggesting that it is likely the first in a series of commercials documenting Affleck's alleged music career.